XML over HTTP Mailgun API
People have asked us if it was possible to use Mailgun with languages other than Ruby, Python, PHP, Java or C#. Read more to learn about the beginnings of our language coverage...
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Good news everyone!
People have asked us if it was possible to use Mailgun with languages other than Ruby, Python, PHP, Java or C#. You see? We have proved that Haskell programmers do exist!
Well, the answer is that you do not need any wrappers to access Mailgun APIs. We use very simple REST-based XML over HTTP, which is compliant with ActiveResource pattern popularized by Ruby on Rails.
We have prepared a few little demo apps written in Python that do not use anything other than string concatenation and basic HTTP calls to perform all major Mailgun functions.
Take a look and tell us what you think!
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